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Web Poll: Did you buy or sell a home in the Greater Trail area last year?

The Kootenay Real Estate Board provided 2018 market statistics to the Trail Times this week. We also talked with a local realtor for insight on last year’s market and what may be coming up in 2019.

Story here: Real estate market remains hot in Greater Trail

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